Movie Review: Last Hours in Suburbia
Premiere date: 9/22/2012
Who noticed almost instantly that the lead girl is played by none other than the mean girl from Switched at Birth? Perfect match! A quick synopsis pretty much is due here, party girl meets good girl, goes bad girl, heads to college party subsequently meets death. Drunk girl, Grace accused of being responsible for death of friend, except that appears to not be the case.
Following a wild night a party, the blonde girl [ Grace ] attempts to remember what exactly happened the night she went to that party but unfortunately can’t because she feels like it is her friends fault.
The movie itself doesn’t make all that much sense until the grocery store scene whereas the blonde girl [ Grace ] is sucker punched in the face by some random girl she can’t seem to remember, hilariously, who is also after the same man her friend is.
The freakiest part of this film has to be the fact that it plays out more like a choose-your-own adventure as the blonde girl [Grace] apparently killed her best friend in a car crash but doesn’t believe she did because one of her guy friends admitted to her that he was also there that night except well, wasn’t in the car when the police arrived.
Anyone get a feel of Raven Symone kind of? College party, psychic visions… Well minus the hooker clothing.
Let’s take a moment to quickly review (commercial break):
Girls attended college party, with some damn good looking fellows, one ended up severely drunk killing the other during a ride home… to her dismay she was charged with the death of Jennifer but it’sat this point in question as to whom is really responsible in her death.
Grace still can’t seem to piece it together as to what really happened, even her own mum can’t seem to believe that she is responsible for the death of her friend [and drinking as heavily as she did].
You know the drill, I dislike spoiling movies for you guys. A review for this film would literally spoil the entire movie, it’s kind of a …’You can guess what happens next’… in almost every scene.
We have received multiple requests to reveal how the ending ends. Here it is:
The ending of the movie happens to be pretty sad. Grace finally remembers what her last words to Jen were, then subsequently she spends her final moments with her mum before the movie ends in which she is taken to prison for the death of her friend Jennifer.
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